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Grateful Dead Live at Barton Hall - Cornell University on 1981-05-16




Set I

1. Tuning/Crowd
2. Feel Like A Stranger->
3. Friend Of The Devil->
4. Me & My Uncle->
5. Big River
6. Althea->
7. CC Rider
8. Brown Eyed Women
9. Passenger

Disk 2:

Set I, cont.

1. High Time->
2. Let It Grow->
3. Don't Ease Me In

Set II

4. Shakedown->
5. Bertha->
6. Lost Sailor->
7. Saint Of Circumstance->
8. Spanish Jam->

Disk 3:

Set II, cont.

1. Drums->
2. Truckin'-> Nobody's Fault->
3. Stella Blue->
4. GDTRFB->
5. One More Saturday Night
6. E: Uncle John's Band


Collection GratefulDead
Band/Artist Grateful Dead
Venue Barton Hall - Cornell University
Location Ithaca, NY

Source FOB> 3 Sennheiser 421 mics > Nakamichi 550 > directly to disc via HHb 800 burner (via Jim Wise).
Taped by Jim Wise
Transferred by Darrin Sacks

Notes

Master Tape appears to suffer from some deterioration, which manifests itself as some faint clicking/popping during quiet passages. There are also a few (analog) dropouts during the second set. But, this is, imho, such a fine audience recording that it's worth getting into circulation nonetheless. Download a track or 2 and make up your own mind. Seeded to etree on 11-2-00 by dnsacks@usa.net

Reviews

Reviewer: Go Faster, Get Rounder - - November 24, 2014
Subject: Choice AUD, for sure
An excellent quality AUD. Thanks
Reviewer: IMTOFT - - November 19, 2011
Subject: First General Admission Show for me
We arrived at the arena 2 hours before the doors opening only to find out that my brother and his frat bros had camped out the night before and were in the front of the line...nice!

Doors opened and we rushed to the front of the stage and enjoyed a solid first set up close and personal...during the intermission, the crowd pushed in so hard that we had to fight our way out, my GF at the time was sobbing, it was pretty bad...

Second set was spent in the bleachers off to the side, if you've never been to Barton Hall, it's pretty sparse, just an open floor with some bleachers on the sides. Shakedown was awesome, the Black Peter solid, the Nobody's Fault But Mine, we were going crazy hoping Jerry would sing it, oh well, still a solid show in a memorable place
Reviewer: esoxfables@msn.com - - May 16, 2011
Subject: What a great show. Happy Anniversary!
As of today, 30 years later, this bootleg set the stage for one heck of a run. It was my first show and my favorite boot. I never saw one to top it. The Shakedown was enlightening, from the stage to the seats way in the back of Barton Hall.
Reviewer: SmuttyPirate - - July 5, 2009
Subject: best sound
out of the 5 different versions this sounds the best.
Reviewer: bamage - - February 27, 2009
Subject: Thanks for the memories...
My most "listened to" boot. Almost as hot as I remember the show. Maybe my most fave of all "Shakedown's". And Brent was just smokin' (as was Jerry) on M&MU into Big River.
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